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Auction Description for Calder Valley Auctioneers: Antiques & Collectables
Viewing Notes:
Morning of sale from 9.15am.
Sale Notes:
Please note these lots are prefixed with the letter "M".
www.caldervalleyauctioneers.co.uk

Antiques & Collectables

(228 Lots)

by Calder Valley Auctioneers


228 lots | 102 with images

February 7, 2013

Fairlea Mill, Ellenholme Road

Luddendenfoot

Halifax, HX2 6EP United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1422 886 648

Fax: +44 (0)1422 886 648

Email: mail@caldervalleyauctioneers.co.uk

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Lot 1: A Walker and Hall EPNS coffee pot; an EPNS tray; a

Description: A Walker and Hall EPNS coffee pot; an EPNS tray; a bronzed plaque; books and ephemera

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Lot 2: A Meissen "Green Ivy" teapot with matching cup and

Description: A Meissen "Green Ivy" teapot with matching cup and saucer; a Davenport Willow Pattern dish and other blue and white; a Derby style oval fruit bowl

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A Royal Crown Derby miniature teapot on stand; a

Lot 3: A Royal Crown Derby miniature teapot on stand; a

Description: A Royal Crown Derby miniature teapot on stand; a matching posy vase and cup and saucer, dated 1916 and 1909

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A Myott Art Deco hand painted

Lot 4: A Myott Art Deco hand painted "Bow Tie" jug; a

Description: A Myott Art Deco hand painted "Bow Tie" jug; a Burleigh Ware Art Deco dragon handle jug

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Lot 5: A stoneware runny glaze tobacco jar; two Victorian

Description: A stoneware runny glaze tobacco jar; two Victorian cranberry glass bowls; a silver RAOB medallion; a boatswain's whistle; sundries

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